1.10. An agreed delivery period shall commence upon receipt of the order confirmation, but not before receipt of the documents, information, approvals, etc. to be procured by the Purchaser and not before receipt of any agreed advance payment.
Natural disasters and force majeure, war, riots, strikes, lockouts and operational disruptions of any kind, failure to deliver materials as well as other delays in the manufacturing process that occur through no fault of our own shall postpone the delivery date accordingly, but not beyond two months of the agreed date.
After expiry of this period, each side is entitled to withdraw from the contract. Claims for damages cannot be asserted in any of the above cases. If we are responsible for the impossibility of delivery or the delay in delivery, the customer may withdraw from the contract after fulfilling the requirements of § 326 BGB. The customer may only claim damages in accordance with § 326 BGB if we are guilty of intent or gross negligence with regard to the failure to deliver.
If subsequent changes are requested, the delivery time shall be extended accordingly.
Partial deliveries on request from framework agreements can always only be carried out within a reasonable period of time and within the scope of the respective manufacturing possibility.